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VoIP Case study 1 Intel Case Study: The Business Case for Enterprise VoIP Use of case study by: IT242
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VoIP Case study 2 I decided to use a case study done by Intel in 2006, where a new voice technology was implemented in a certain medium-size corporate site, which is a business unit of Intel. In previous years Intel has implemented small pilot programs in which the feasibility of a packet switching Voice system was determined. Those pilot programs did not produce the kinds of numbers that were needed at the time to initiate a convergence program. “In 2006, Intel decided it was time to conduct a pilot deployment of an open standards, session initiation protocol based voice over Internet protocol PBX system which would converge and eventually replace the existing voice over frame PBX system.” [1] Accordingly, the pilot program was a success. Intel wanted to achieve several high level objectives during the six month program, which would express the needs that an enterprise must understand before undertaking new voice technology. The financial advantages of upgrading an existing voice technology with a packet
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2011 for the course IT/244 2 taught by Professor John during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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